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New Crops/Proceedings of the Second National Symposium New Crops

Exploration, Research, and Commercialization Indianapolis, Indiana, October 6-9, 1

by Jules Janick

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English


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ContributionsJames E. Simon (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages736
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Open LibraryOL7619232M
ISBN 100471593745
ISBN 109780471593744

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This volume is the proceedings of the Second National Symposium (NEW CROPS: Exploration, Research, Commercialization) held October, in Indianapolis, Indiana. The objective of the symposium was to provide a national forum for leading authorities from industry, government, agricultural experiment stations and academia to discuss new crop development in North America.

xxi, p.: 29 cm. "Proceedings of the Second National Symposium NEW CROPS--Exploration, Research, and Commercialization, Indianapolis, Indiana, October, in cooperation with Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops; society sponsors, American Society for Agronomy [et al.]"--P.

preceding : Lectures and panel discussions will provide overviews and detailed analyses on a wide range of new crops, including cereals and pseudocereals, forages and grains, oilseeds, fiber and energy crops, fruits, vegetables, floral and landscape plants, and aromatics, medicinals, and.

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New Crops Research: Northeastern Regional and National Federal Efforts—GeorgeA. White. New Horticultural Crops for the Southeastern United States—Mary Lamberts.

Development of New Agronomic Crops in the Midwest—Edward S. Oplinger. Development of New Crops in the Western United States—Dick L. Auld. This book, the sixth of a series, is based on the symposium entitled Creating Markets for Economic Development of New Crops and New Uses held October 14 to 18,in San Diego, California.

It was organized under the auspices of the Association for the Advancement of industrial Crops (AAIC), Purdue University Center for New Crops and Plant. New Vegetable Crops: What's Worked and What Hasn't(Abstract)—Cathy Sabota.

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International System for Germplasm: New Crop Genetic Resources and the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources—M.C. Perry. Get this from a library. Advances in new crops: proceedings of the First National Symposium NEW CROPS, Research, Development, Economics, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 23.

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-- The third National New Crops Symposium will be held Oct. 22 25 in Indianapolis. According to Jules Janick, co-director of Purdue's Center for New Crops and Plant Products, which is organizing the event, the conference will look at broad issues, such as the need for new crops to solve global problems, and the latest information on specific crops.

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The second international symposium, Systems Approaches for Agricultural Development, held in Los Baños, Decemberfostered this link between the bio-physical sciences and the social sciences in the choice of keynote papers and oral presentations, a selection of which is included in this book.

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